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A registry offers a mechanism for humans or software applications to advertise and discover Web services. At this release, the Java WSDP Registry Server implements Version 2 of the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) project to provide a UDDI registry for Web services in a private environment. You can use it with the Java WSDP APIs as a test registry for Web services application development.
You can use the Java WSDP Registry Server to test applications that you develop that use the Java API for XML Registries (JAXR). You can also use the Registry Browser provided with the Java WSDP to perform queries and updates on registry data.
Information published to a registry is stored in a stable store called a repository, which the registry maintains. The repository for the Java WSDP Registry Server is a database based on the native XML database Xindice, which is part of the Apache XML project.